Developmental & Intellectual Differences
Individuals differ in the types of support needed to perform daily living activities, express emotions, communicate their choices, and interact with the world. Much like everyone else, those diagnosed with a developmental disability (DD) have a basic desire for friendship, social interaction, and leisure activities.
How Can Caring Hearts® Help?
Our goal is to assist adults and children with developmental disabilities in getting the right care at the right place with the right outcomes.
- We assist with:
- Performing light housekeeping
- Running Errands
- Organizing and reading mail
- Shopping for groceries
- Doing laundry
- Escorting to social events
- Monitoring diet and eating
- Planning, preparing, and cleaning up meals
- Assisting with a safe bathing environment
- Assisting with daily grooming and hygiene needs
- Assisting with dressing and walking
- Toileting assistance
- Organizing and monitoring Medication reminders
- Providing companionship and participating in conversation
- Supporting respite care
- Assisting with getting in and out of bed
- Entertaining (games, craft, reading, etc.)